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Dictionnaire généalogique des familles canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu'à nos jours (1871)



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Author: Tanguay, Cyprien, 1819-1902
Volume: 1
Subject: French-Canadians
Publisher: Montréal : E. Senécal
Language: French
Call number: AKK-7996
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: John M Kelly Library Rare Books - University of Toronto
Collection: johnmkellyrare; kellylibrary; universityofottawa; toronto

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Vol. 1 has imprint : Province de Québec, E. Senécal

Includes also genealogical records of the first French inhabitants of Louisiana and the settlements between Louisiana and Canada. cf. Pref., v.2

The second series includes many entries of later date than 1763, belonging to a projected third series, intended to cover the period since the English conquest

[1st. ser.] v.1. 1608-1700.--[2d ser.] v.2-7. [1701-1763.]

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